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Port Blocking on Windows 2000/2003 servers, XP clients

Hi!

I need a product for port blocking on Windows 2000/2003 servers and XP clients that can be centrally managed. Anybody a guess?

Lutz
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Naydowski
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night_monkeyCommented:
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SimonL-UKCommented:
For a freebi, you can use the TCP/IP security feature in Windows 2000/2003.  You can't centrally manage it, but it is free.

You could use ISA server Enterprise Edition or what about a hardware firewall which all these babies can plug into?
It might be cheaper/easier to setup and offer more functionality depending on the number of servers you are using.
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ecimsCommented:
You probably want what is called a "distributed firewall"
www.sans.org/rr/firewall/dist.php

Tiny Firewall CDMS
http://www.tinysoftware.com/

F-Secure DSF
www.f-secure.com/products/ds-firewall/
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MMeijerCommented:
For ip networks you can use ipfilter for port and protocol blocking.
You can find this in the >network properties>internet protocol(tcp/ip)>advanced..>options>tcp>tcp/ip fitering>properties
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